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The OutField: The Locker Room Closet Opens Up
by Dan Woog - SGN A&E Writer

[Editor's Note: The SGN is pleased to introduces a new column about sports by Dan Woog, author the "Jocks" series of books on Gay male athletes.]

As last summer's dueling Gay Games and Outgames proved, Gay sports in the 21st century are more than skating (for the guys) and softball (for, you know...). Gay men play football a
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Seattle to play a large role in jazz conference in New York City
By E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN Contributing Writer

The International Association for Jazz Education, (www.iaje.org), will hold its 34th annual conference in N.Y.C., January 10th-13th, 2007 at the Hilton and Sheraton Hotels in midtown Manhattan. This event is a jazz lover's dream, with performances, workshops, panels, an industry tra
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The great Beethoven Ninth castrated Seattle Symphony at Benaroya Hall
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

What WAS I thinking?! That's what a friend asked me as we were leaving for this concert? "Why would you want to subject yourself to that&again?" he said. I replied that I hoped it might be different this time, especially with Jane Eaglen, Greer Grimsley, and Nancy Maultsby as part of the quarte
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Hip, Gay-friendly hotel chains
by Andrew Collins - SGN A&E Writer

If the Gay travel market didn't necessarily create the nation's love affair with stylish boutique hotels, it certainly helped to propel it. A decade ago, you'd have been hard-pressed to find these intimate, design-driven hotels in more than two or three cities, with San Francisco the originat
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Best of 2006: Film, TV and DVD/Video next week
Believe it or not, SGN A & E writer Lorelei Quenzer is still attending advance screenings of heavy-buzzed films, including Letters from Iwo Jima and Notes on a Scandal. Did they make her Best of Film 2006 list? Youll know next week when the Seattle Gay News reveals its choices for last years best movies, television programming, and DVD/vide more
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in   the MUSIC LOUNGE
Stroking it alone: Albert Hammond, Jr. of The Strokes adds an impressive solo album to his rock star portfolio
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in   BITS & BYTES
New York offers wide variety of Gay-themed plays, Drowsy Chaperone delights in every minute, Grey Gardens, Spring Awakening transfer hits
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in   WHERE IT'S AT
Grammy nominated folk legend Odetta visits The Triple Door
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Book Marks
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The Good Shephard may be long, but worthwhile - The best film about the inner workings of the White House thus far
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

The Good Shephard
Directed by Robert De Niro
Starring Matt Damon, Angelina Jolie, Robert DeNiro,
Alec Baldwin, William Hurt, Joe Pesci
Now playing


The complaint that I heard most after the screening of The Good Shephard, the film abo
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